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root in a new generation of radical muslims embracing everything he represents. >> i love osama bin laden. i love him like i can't begin to tell you. >>> good evening. i'm drew griffin. we welcome viewers in the u.s. and around the world. for the next hour we're going to take you from new york to yemen, even to the hills of jamaica to meet some of the new jihadists determined to carry on in bin laden's name. moderate muslims may denoue and disavow them but these newcomers are undeterred as they oply call for the destruction of everything that doesn't conform to their radical view of islam. at the top of their list, the very country that gives them the freedom of speech, to spew their hatred, theth ited states. with us for the entire hour, two of cnn's experts on terrorism who tracked this closely, national security contributor fran townsend and seniorco international correspondent nic robertson. stand by. at this moment perhaps no one is of greater concern to the u.s. e han ayad allawi, a u.s. citizen deemed so dangerous his own country is trying to kill him. the american-born allaw
of radicalng muslims embracing everything he represits. >> i love osama bin laden. i love him li i can't begin to tell you. >> are go evening. we welcome viewers in the u.s. and around the world. for the next hour we take you from new york toem en and the hills of jamaica to mes the new jihadists determine to carry on in bin laden's name. the newcomers are undeterred as they call for the destruction of everything that doesn't conform to their radical view of islam. at the top of the list, the very country that gives them the freedom of speech to spew their hatred, the united states. with us for the entire hour, two of cnn experts on terrorism that track things closely. the national security townsend anrck robertson. thanks and stand by. at this moment, no one is of greater concern than a u.s. citizen deemed so dangerous, his own country is trying to kill him. the american-born man emerged as one ofl qaeda's top recruiters. here's nick's report of why the u.s. regards him as the potential heir to osama bin laden. >> it's a victory. >> rain was mercy. >> the radical yemen-based preacher seen her
represents. >> i love osama bin laden. i love him -- like i can't begin to tell you. >>> good evening. i'm drew griffin. we welcome viewers in the u.s. and aroundhe world. for the next hour we're going to take you from new york to yemen, even to the hills of jamaica to meet some of the new jihadists determined to carry on in bin laden's name. moderate muslims may denounce and disavow them, but these newcomers are undeterred as they openly call for the destruction of everything that doesn't conform to their radical view of islam. at the top of their list, the very country that gives them the freedom of speech to spew their hatred, the united states. with us for the entire hour, two of cnn's experts on terrorism who track these threats closely, national securitcontributor fran townsend and senior international correspondent nic roberts robertson. thanks, guys. stand by. at this moment perhaps no one is of greater concern to the u.s. he is a u.s. citizen deemed so dangerous his own country is trying to kill him. the american-born al awlaki is emerging as one of al qaeda's top recruiters. he
. >>> staying with war in afghanistan, a once trusted colleague of osama bin laden is now cast he'sing him for continuing to wage war. nome and benodman is believed to have been present when the attacks were first discussed and now why is he breaking that. and now fascinating subject here. good morning to you. and tell us how does this gentleman fit in with osama bin laden. >> back in the 80s and 90s, a group of young men got together in afghanistan to fight the russians. they call themselves the mutha hadeem. he was one of the organizers and managed to defeat the russians and send them back after ten years of hard fighting. in that process, osama bin laden joined the fight and they fought together and became friends. ben acman was part of the libian islamic fighting group and was the larger of the groups that were fighting in that area during that time and he was essentially one of the grandfathers, if you will, of that movement. so osama bin laden actually learned from him. so they pain tained a fairly close relationship over time but he broke from the group and denounced terrorism and t
for joining us. tonight, nine years after the attacks, why is osama bin laden still out there? why now do we seem more divided about an apprehensive over islam than nine years ago? how active a hunt for osama bin laden is it really? the answers might surprise you. >>> one on one with donald trump, he has a way out for the planners of islamic center. his way out is a buyout. they say they're not selling. is he taking no for an answer? stay tuned and hear it as only trump can tell it. >>> that huge gas fire in california. did warnings of a gas leak go unanswered? hear from a man who watched his neighborhood explode, his neighbors die and says none of this had to happen. >>> keeping them honest, with two thing that is haven't changed since the nine years on the attacks of new york and washington and in the heroic skies over pennsylvania. nine years later, we still haven't caught or killed the top leaders of al qaeda and nine years later, the president still has to remind americans that we're at the war against islamic extremism, not all of islam. president bush stood in the wreckage of the worl
-professed mastermind of 9/11? are we any closer to capturing him? the owhere abouts of osama bin laden. >>> their homes blew up around them shattering lives and possessions. they're looking for answers an i don't, the death toll could rise from the devastating gas explosion in california. the neighborhood that looks like a war zone. >>> and the city of juarez, mexico, is a real war zone and the children are not immune. the drastic measures to keep children alive in the murder capital of the world. >>> good evening. i'm 9/11. nine years later at ground zero in new york, at the pentagon and atie a quiet field in pennsylvania, solemn ceremonies marked the day hijackers took control of four airlines and took aim at america'sd politic and financial capitals. the nation has changed in so many ways. some changes obvious and others, more subtle. today's speakers reminded all of us of what hadn't changed and what will never change. america's commitment to freedom and its founding ideals. it started in new york with a gathering of loved ones moments of o silence, words of comfort d hope and the
pounded by u.s. warplanes. osama bin laden fled across the border into pakistan, and is believed still there to this day. the u.s. response had been effective and proportionate. but terrorism is designed to provoke a disproportionate response. and in time, osama bin laden got everything he had hoped for and more than he could have dreamed of. in justifying the bombing and invasion of iraq in march of 2003, the bush administration connected a series of dots. al qaeda and saddam were said the allies. >> we took down saddam hussein. >> the major general was in charge of training iraqi troops in 2003 and 2004. >> this business of weapons of mass destruction was a complete construct beyonce dom's part, largely to keep -- of saddam hussein's part, largely to keep iranians in the foxholes. >> u.s. troops tied down in iraq and afghanistan. >> i think osama bin laden figures that he has won, because he has made a spends so much when he had to spend so little to the fight. >> back in 2004, bin laden made this video recording. all we have to do, he said, is send two mujahideen it and raise a smal
" exclusive. we are going to introduce you to one of osama bin laden's brothers in arms. he'll take us inside pre-9/11 meetings, where he says he told osama bin laden not to attack the united states. now this man, noman benotman, has written an open letter to bin laden, urging him to recognize that his strategy of terrorism has failed. also, what in the world is happening in cuba? is fidel ready to declare the revolution over? but first, a terrific "gps" panel with cnn's new primetime anchor, kathleen parker, french philosopher extraordinaire bernard-henri levi, and others. we'll tackle u.s. politics, middle east peace, iran, and much more. finally, a last look. fighting poverty one step at a time. let's get started. >>> to discuss all of the news from this week both at home and abroad we have one of our star-studded "gps" panels. kathleen parker is the anchor of cnn's new show "parker spitzer," which debuts two weeks from tomorrow. she's also one of america's most widely syndicated columnists. bernard-henri levi is france's best known, some people would say most notorious intellectual and ph
comments echo similar words earlier this month from osama bin laden's right-hand man. well, the guy accused of trying to set off a car bomb in times square now we know was also planning another attack. so say the feds who released a videotape confession today. they say he bragged about how his bomb would have killed 40 people in times square last may. except it didn't explode and nobody got hurt. shahzad says he planned to set off another device two weeks later also in new york city. he pleaded guilty to the attempted times square attack and he's facing life in prison at his sentencing next week. the first gitmo detainee going on trial in federal court today. experts call it a test case. in the debate over where to try the 9/11 suspects. and the jury is expected to hear from osama bin laden himself. were the suspect accused of conspiracy in the 1998 bombings of two embassies in africa, ones in kenya and tanzania but his lawyers claim he's the victim of cruel interrogation tactics and experts say that's where the decision to try him if a civilian instead of military court makes a crucial dif
of some of them leave and -- osama bin laden, principally when he was allowed to escape because of our over-reliance on afghan forces that were neither trained nor have the political will to get him? >> go ahead. >> i guess that was passed to me, but you're perfectly ok to take that question. on the issue of the fight in torre borah, you have stated the crisis -- the criticism that there should of the more forces and had there been we couldn't captured osama bin laden -- and we could have captured osama bin laden. there are an enormous amount of assumptions. if you like the topography of that region, and you look down on the mountains, the flood tells of the himalayan martin -- asked the foothills of the himalayan mountains, with kids and valleys, -- at the time, we have 4000 people in afghanistan, probably even fewer. it was probably closer to 3000 at that time. had we taken 10 times that number of people, it is not clear you could eventually secured the area. even if you assume osama bin laden was there, and you had 10 times the number of people, which could taking you two, three, s
in this chaotic situation. >> we have a report here that osama bin laden, who is often identified as the world's leading terrorist, warned three weeks ago that he and his followers would carry out an unprecedented attack on u.s. interests for its support of arab journalists said tuesday in london. >> the editor of the london-based newspaper said islamic fundamentalists led by bin laden was almost certainly behind the attack of the world trade center in new york. quote, it's most likely the work of islamic fundamentalists. osama bin laden warned three weeks ago that he would attack american interests in an unprecedented attack, a very big one, he told reuters. >> he has interviewed bin laden, and he maintains close contact with his followers, according to reuters. so that's the first report that we have that osama bin laden may have been responsible. obviously, it was a very sophisticated organization, carefully coordinated. it had to have its origins in this country. the fbi director, as he left office, said that his continuing great concern were a number of terrorist cells that exist in ameri
from osama bin laden act america's continuing quest for justice. anothe luive look at the tribute in lights, rising high in the sky over downtown new york city. on a perfectly beautiful early fall night. this is the "fox report." we're glad you're in. >> to this day, they remind us not just but how they gave their lives but how they lived their lives. being a hero is not just a matter of fate. it's a matter of choice. my nasal allergies are ruining our camping trip. i kn who works dferent than many other allergy medications. hoo? omnaris. [ men ] omnaris [- the nose! [ man ] did you know nasal symptoms like congestion can be caused by allergic inflammation? omnaris relieves your symptoms by fighting inflammation. side effects may include headache, nebleed, nd sore throat. [ inhales deeply ] i told my allergy sptoms to take a hike. omnaris. ask your doctor. battling nasal allergy symptoms? omnaris combats the cause. get omnaris for $11 at omnaris.com. >> shepard: nine years ago, terrorists brought down the building that once towered over the new york city skyline behind me. now r
of the al qaeda leaders you have captured. when you have not is osama bin laden. tomorrow will be the ninth year since americans were killed. the last administration had seven years and could not do it. what you said as president- elect, use of capturing osama bin laden is a critical step in setting out al qaeda. he is not just a symbol, but the leader of an organization planning attacks on the u.s. do you still believe that it is a critical policy to capture or kill him. you campaigned saying that you would run a smarter war on terror. you have not captured him. you do not seem to know where he is. >> capturing or killing the layton would be extremely important to our national security. -- capturing or killing been laden would be extremely important to our national security. we have put the pressure on al qaeda and their leaders. as a consequence, they have been holed up and making it harder for them to operate. as a consequence, some of the layton has gone deep underground. -- osama bin laden has gone deep underground. but we have the best minds, the best intelligence officers, the best s
dying in the world. in fact, in the most direct sense, osama bin laden is made in the usa. >> there, you have said when people run that various snippet, that that is taken out of context. what's the context? >> well, i was describing the fact that the united states had actually worked with the taliban, cooperated with the mujahadin. the mujahadin were vips during the reagan white house administration. and osama bin laden was something that we -- the united states -- cooperated with in fighting against the soviet union. however, looking back at it right now, i realize it was not a very compassionate thing to say and i regret having used those worlds. >> but do you believe that u.s. policies led to the world trade center being hit by planes, by terrorists? >> i -- >> you know, there's -- maybe shouldn't -- you feel it wasn't necessarily a politic thing to say, but do you think it's true? >> well, i mean, osama bin laden was something, you know, we had worked with before and we've seen what bin laden did. and the sentiment certainly was bin laden has shifted, and we see what has happened an
this summer. osama bin laden himself may have signq" off on this plot. >> american forces are extremely nervous about what is going on. the germans are extremely nervous about what is going on. german officials say some of the recruits came from the same lost with the 9/11 -- the same mosque where 9/11 terrorist attended. >>> and afghanistan most of the fighting has ended. u.s. soldiers have militants on har province. have militants on now the afghan governsq't is moving in, trying to restore order and rebuild schools in an area that has long been under taliban control. >> president obama will be in virginia later today. he is stopping and richmond to talk about his administration's ation's economy. this was designed to drum up democratic excitement in the countdown to election day. >> by day the president is talking of economic progress. >> the challenges and the that the economy faces are still great, but we are on the right pass. >> by night he is rallying voters like he did at the university of wisconsin. recent polls shows the enthusiasm is largely on the republican side. there was
that you have captured. one that you have not is osama bin laden. tomorrow is going to be nine years since he was the mastermind of 3,000 americans being killed. i think capturing or killing bin laden is a critical aspect of stamping out al qaeda. he's not just a symbol, he's an operational leader of an organization planning attacks against the u.s. do you still believe it's a critical policy to capture or kill him? and here you are two years in, your campaign saying that you were going to run a smarter war on terror than the bush administration and you haven't captured him and you don't seem to know where he is. >> well, i think capturing or killing bin laden would be extremely important to our national security. it doesn't solve all of our problems but it remain as high priority of this administration. one of the things that we've been very successful at over the last few years is to ramp up the pressure on al qaeda and their key leaders. and as a consequence, they have been holed up in ways that have made it harder for them to operate. and part of what has happened is that b
terror plot against the u.s. and our allies in europe. did osama bin laden give his okay? >>> and curtains up. country music's mecca returns to its former glory. >>> and good morning, everyone. thanks for being with us today. we begin, now, with what could be a very wet day along a good part of the eastern seaboard. >> south florida is the area closest to the big storm that is likely to strengthen into tropical storm nicole. some residents have already laid out sandbags in preparation. tropical storm warnings are in effect for key west and south florida counties. those around major cities like miami and ft. lauderdale. >> it's moving north rapidly. accuweather's ava dinges has more. >> the latest tropical system moving for cuba. it's dropping torrential rainfall over cuba. and also, with strong, gusty winds. it's moving into southeastern florida, where miami could pick up four inches of rain just throughout the day. the storm system quickly heading up the east coast, where flooding will again be a concern, into cities like new york and philadelphia. especially into thursd
liberties so we can deprive people like osama bin laden of the claim that muslims are poorly treated in america. the united states is not at war with islam. united states is a fair country. we know that there are occasions where people are not treated fairly but those things are not lawful so we have to stand on our tradition of civil liberties. the third thing i want to say to muslim communities across the country. talk to your kids. don't leave people out there and understand that there are people trying to recruit your kids and so you've got to be engaged with them. you've got to talk with thechlt you've got to have open lines of communication with your children and with the law enforcement community. there's more things that we can do but i think that the information is right. the question is, what do with it? >> schieffer: let me just ask you, every poll shows that the country seems to becoming more anti-islam. we saw these demonstrations in new york about where to put that mosque. one in five americans thinks that barack obama is a muslim. where is this coming from, mr. ellison
. that's not what this country is about. in fact osama bin laden wants this. that's his strategy is to get this war against islam its not a war against islam. the majority of islam is all with us on this fight. helping us in this fight. and this is not a country about hate. never has been. we've got to recognize that. we've got to frankly deal with the majority of islam in good faith and show that we're willing to work with them as they're willing to work with us to get rid of this bad element that did this terrible event on 9/11 and would like to hurt us again if they possibly could. >> schieffer: well, governor, i just saw congressman ellison shaking his head. we have about 20 seconds in agreement with you, about 20 seconds left. congressman, just a final thought. >> a final thought is that i'm looking and talking with my colleagues about how we could perhaps pull together a bill to help study radicalization. we don't know enough about it. we're operating on anecdotes. i think we need to move forward with governor keon's analysis and recommendation and i commend him for his wor
for saying osama bin laden is outbuilding daycare centers. something she said after 9/11. we'll debate politics and double standards with meghan mccain next. hidden cameras turned up on our border, the outraged reaction after we showed the tape to a formal top official at homeland security. and did the times square bomb err have help -- bomber have help trying to pull off his attack. we'll show you what would have hand if that bomb had gone off. megyn: fox news extreme weather alert for you now. driving rain and down the east coast at this morning. reports of airport delays and high water and tree limbs fall into train tracks leading to amtrak delays as well. tornado and flash flood warnings are in effect for parts of the mid-atlantic region. 9 inches of rain fell in one north carolina county in just six hours. incredible. here is a question for you, is there a double standard when it comes to women and politics? that's a question being raised by some conservatives about media coverage of, for example, these two candidates. patti murray is the incumbent democratic senator from the stat
and laughing at some of the judge's joke. he was allegedly a bodyguard at one point for osama bin laden. he's accused of building the bombs for one of those embassy. in court this morning the potential jurors were questioned by the judge. so far 18 people have been excused. the judge so far has kept 37 for the jurors that they need. they are asked questions about terrorism, their feelings about terrorism and the like. at one point the defendant stood up and when he was introduced and looked at the potential jurors and smiled at them. giving a starring role in the potential trial will be osama bin laden h. 0 prosecutors we understand will be playing a television interview of osama bin laden in which he said americans around the globe would be attacked. osama bin laden trying to wage his war against american interests around the globe. by the way, four previous al-qaida suspects have been convicted here of being involved in the bombings in africa. that trial occurred back in 2001. the last conviction just a few months before 9/11. martha martha: the accused bodyguard of osama bin laden on tri
here in the united states. >> law firm source tells us this morning that osama bin laden may have signed off on the plan. homeland security correspondent jeanne meserve has more from her sources. she's live in washington this morning. what do we know? >> well, john and kiran, the volume seems to be turned up on threat information about possible terror strikes in europe. according to multiple sources in europe and the u.s., the intelligence has raised concern about a mumbai-style attack that would create a lot of casualties and a lot of chaos in a short period of time. according to law enforcement sources in the u.s., economic institutions including banks and stock exchanges are among the possible targets. and one of those sources says the belief is that osama bin laden may have signed off on the plan. so who would carry this out? officials say the intel indicates people with western passports who can travel easily throughout europe. one federal law enforcement source says they may not all be european but could be a mix including north africans, pakistanis, and others. the source o
osama bin laden for a second, because we have a cnn research poll that has come out which indicates the question was asked, will we ever catch osama bin laden -- with the u.s. be able to capture? 30% said likely, 67% said not likely. that's a new low or high, depending on how you look at it. you asked the president about that. interesting answer. tell us about that. >> well, the reason why i asked it is because tomorrow is the ninth anniversary, and there are some real serious terrorism experts who are saying, look, osama bin laden really is not that big of a deal anymore. he's a symbol. but if we capture or killed him, it wouldn't matter. there's going to be -- al qaeda leaders will replicate. and so it's not that big a deal. but as president elect, barack obama said it is a big deal and critical to our mission to wiping out al qaeda and the terrorists. so that's why i asked him, do you still stand behind what he said and i thought it was interesting he said yes. he said this is a critical part of winning the war on terror. essentially. and he said, look, it's going to take a long
sheikh osama bin laden. >> when was the last time you were in indonesia. >> about three or four months ago. >> i've been to both places. i would say the polling is also consistent with my personal observations. >> if there was an election between any leader of the muslim countries in the world today and sheikh osama bin laden, he would win hands down. >> except there are elections in half the muslim world and the muslim fundamentalists let alone the jihadis do terribly. last time they got one seat. >> i'm not propagating the idea of democracy and freedom because these things are anathema to muslim. these fellows are more -- >> they're not popular because they are -- elections in pakistan, there are elections in india. there are elections in indonesia. >> if you go to any ordinary practicing muslim in any part of the muslim world, we believe the sharia needs to be implemented. >> how do you explain when there are elections they don't vote for these people. >> they don't believe voting is believed. >> they do stand for them. there are islamic fundamentalist parties. >> they're not actual
described him as a bombmaker, document forger and a former aid to osama bin laden. pete williams joins us from washington, d.c. pete, do we have knany more insight into what's happened today? >> the big question is can he get a fair trial given that he spent that time in guantanamo bay? and some of that -- some of the issues have been dealt with by the judge. he's accused of helping to load some of the bomb components into the car in the tanzania attack, playing a role in the attack in kenya, and then fleeing to pakistan. he cause captured in 2004, interrogated by the cia for two years, sent to guantanamo bay in 2006, and then in june of 2009, he was brought to the u.s., right before congress stopped the ability of the government to bring anybody into guantanamo bay to the u.s. to face trial. he's going to be put on trial. there's jury selection now. and one of the things his lawyer said is that all the time he was sitting there in guantanamo bay, violated his constitutional right to a speedy trial. well, the judge has already said, no, it didn't. that he was picked up on the battlefield
in many places all at the same time. >> what about osama bin laden? he has been out of sight, not necessarily out of mind. is he still relevant? >> i think he is relative as relevant as a figure head but most of the cells there even in the middle east is not necessarily on osama bin laden. we made a very big mistake personalizing the fight against blked al qaeda by talking so much about osama bin laden how we were going to get him. don't say that unless you're going to get him. now that we haven't killed him, his strength is a figure head is much larger than it would have been had we just ignored him completely in the press and in the government at the very beginning. >> where is he? why has it been so hard to track this man down? >> he is in the border area between pakistan and afghanistan and he is in pakistan. it's been difficult because the terrain is almost impossible. our intelligence is not as good as it is in, let's say, afghanistan. and he is protected by a large number of people who are sympathetic to the al qaeda cause inside pakistan. >> let's talk about this "new
for to his bff, osama bin laden? whose glaring insights led them to understand what no one else did, how few troops it would take to win the war so quickly? how could this generation's best and brightest have unrealistic expectations of something as simple as a presidential speech? former bush white house adviser peter wehner told "the new york times" about obama's speech, quote, it would be gracious if he did acknowledge bush, but we learned a long time ago obama is not a particularly gracious man. also unrealistic about the people former press secretary ari fleischer who said that he had not praised bush but allowed that obama's words were at least partially gracious. he was partially gracious. i think he couldn't be direct about the surge. it would have been more gracious to have done so but of course, he is a political issue. if he ever were to praise george bush, the surge, iraq, the dispirted base would be even more dispirted. >> for the record, here is how president obama so fearful did not praise mr. bush. "no one could doubt president bush's support for our troops or his love of cou
happen if the administration announced on october 20 that we had captured osama bin laden? it could help the democratic case. presidential approval would undoubtedly go up a bit for the first time. but i am not convinced that it would fundamentally change the dynamic of the race. the selection does not seem to be about osama bin laden. -- this election does not seem to be about osama bin laden. some event that would convince a large number of americans that the health care reform was a stroke of brilliance, it is hard to say what that event would be between now and november 1. a discovery by someone in the office of management and budget that there was an accounting error -- [laughter] and the national debt was actually $1.30 trillion and not $13 trillion. those are things that could seriously disrupt the dynamic today because it would undercut the basis of the dynamic. you could never be sure until the votes are counted what will happen. there are situations where people think they will met -- make big gains and do not. without making too firm of a prognostication, i would be somewhat s
a has to be deliberate, folks. some of the key folks is osama bin laden. >> after a couple of hours, i needed to do more than just narrate t carnage. it can tunnel vision. yes, we saw terrible things coming from new york, washington shanksville. it seems like theky was falling, the world is had. but as our coverage went on, i tried to remind viewers that the great nation could and would absorb a blow and still remain strong. a shot of the statue of liberty with the smoking rubble of the twin towers in the background gave me the opportunity to mention that we are a pmericans, we are people of courage,
. the information comes after questioning a captured suspected german jihadist who claimed osama bin laden personally approved the plot. >> the american authorities are extremely nervous about what is going on. the germans are extremely nervous about what is going on. >> reporter: officials are now looking for other radicalized germans who may have been trading in pakistan for a commando-style raid similar to the attack in mumbai india two years ago. just last week, the head of the fbi testified on capitol hill about increased worries of non-specific new threats. >> despite the significant counterterrorism pressure abroad, al-qaeda continues to be committed to high-profile attacks, directed at the west, including plans against europe as well as the homeland. >> officials say some of the recruits they're seeking were from the same german mosque where 9/11 terrorists gathered. officials closed that mosque last month after discovering the plot. >>> time now is 5:35. parents and safety advocates are calling on congress to establish federal standards for teenaged driver's licenses. a father who
was approved by osama bin laden. >>> could a web camera have led to the suicide of a college freshman? the 18-year-old posted on his facebook last week that he was about to jump off the george washington bridge. his body has president been found but police found his car and possessions nearby. just days before the suicide his roommate, an 18-year-old set up a web camera in their room and recorded the teen with another friend in another room. he then recorded roommate asked for room until midnight. i went into molly's room and turned on my camera. i saw him making out with a dude, yay. they are charged with invasion of privacy. it's unclear if the video was put on the internet. if it was the charge is much more serious. >>> is there a surprise smack down brewing in one of the country's hottest senate races? the contest in connecticut is one of the most watched races heading in to the midterm elections. linda mcman former ceo of wwe is facing off against the former da. it once seemed like he would sail to capitol hill but the latest shows mcman pulling to a tie. democrats have hosted on her bac
. that this plot was personally approved by osama bin laden, an indication, if true, that he is still alive and still directly involved in trying to attack the west in a spectacular way. u.s. officials said tonight the threat is considered current and active, and intelligence officials in europe and the u.s. are in constant contact and that president obama has been fully briefed on the threat. cynthia? >> a most sobering report. our thank, brian. >>> when we come back, we take a sharp turn towards a si s a "si the times" that really packs a punch. every heart beat, every breath, every anomaly... from over a thousand pieces of unique information per second. helping doctors find new ways to detect life threatening infections up to 24 hours sooner. on a smarter planet... analyze the data and you can predict what will happen faster. so you can do what they're doing in toronto... and build a smarter hospital. let's build a smarter planet. words alone aren't enough. our job is to listen and find ways to help workers who lost their jobs to the spill. i'm iris cross. we'll keep restoring the jobs,
a captured suspected jihadist who reportedly claimed osama bin laden personally approved the plot. >> the american authorities are extremely nervous about what is going on. the germans are extremely nervous about what is going on. >> reporter: officials are looking for other radicalized germans who may have been training in pakistan for a commando-style raid. officials say they do not know details of a specific time or place of the attack. the head of the fbi testified on capitol hill about increased worries of non-specific new threats. >> reporter: despite the significant counterterrorism pressure abroad, al-qaeda continues to be committed to high-profile attacks directed at the west including plans against europe as well as the homeland. officials closed a mosque last month after discovering the plat. >>> 6:34 in ohio, a toddler's birthday party became a nightmare when a brawl erupted involving about 75 people. the fight was between the birthday girl's father and the mother's boyfriend and fueled by alcohol. it quickly escalated into something huge. broken beer bottles injured m
. some of the al qaeda leaders that you have captured. one that you have not is osama bin laden. tomorrow is going to be nine years since he was the mastermind of 3,000 americans being killed. i think capturing or killing bin laden is a critical aspect of stamping out al qaeda. he's not just a symbol, he's an operational leader of an organization planning attacks against the u.s. do you still believe it's a critical policy to capture or kill him? and here you are two years in, your campaign saying that you were going to run a smarter war on terror than the bush administration and you haven't captured him and you don't seem to know where he is. >> well, i think capturing or killing bin laden would be extremely important to our national security. it doesn't solve all of our problems but it remain as high priority of this administration. one of the things that we've been very successful at over the last few years is to ramp up the pressure on al qaeda and their key leaders. and as a consequence, they have been holed up in ways that have made it harder for them to operate. and part of what ha
's another camp here. osama bin ladins first assistant. spent two-years in gann tan know bay in cuba and he's running large camp and just down that the united states, 212 mash units. what's going on is they're agenda is to get people to be dependent and indoctrinate the violent islam. unfortunately we're a nonprofit in the states if we go into the camps or talk with anybody there we're affiliating with a terrorist organization and shut down by the, irs so we created a viral incubator for terrorists similar to what happened in afghanistan in 99. i showed this on capitol hill and they told me this was a classified photo. i took this beside the road here and you know, just to - i think this is news that should be broadcast all over. that the international community, pakistan government, nobody cares about the education of those children. one dollar per month child instead we're sending 9 $20,000 tomahawk cruise my siels when the cost of one we could build 50 schools and over a generation to educate 10,000 children. do you think that photo should be classified? get in trouble? okay. this is - w
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